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Rio 2016 tennis venue a 'game changer', says former star

Rio 2016 tennis venue a 'game changer', says former star

22 Oct 2014

Rio de Janeiro: Former world No.1 Gustavo Kuerten believes the Rio 2016 Olympics will spawn a new age for Brazilian tennis, describing the event's venue as potentially "game-changing".

Rio de Janeiro,   former world No.1,   Gustavo Kuerten,   Rio 2016 Olympics,   Brazilian tennis,   tennis,  
Asian Games hockey: India beat Pakistan to win gold, qualify for Rio <strong>Olympics</strong>

Asian Games hockey: India beat Pakistan to win gold, qualify for Rio Olympics

02 Oct 2014

Incheon: A spirited Indian men's hockey team defeated arch-rivals and defending champions Pakistan 4-2 in a nerve-wracking shoot-out to end its 16-year gold medal draught in the Asian Games and earn a direct berth to the 2016 Rio Olympics, here on Thursday.

Indian men's hockey team,   India beat Pakistan,   Asian Games,   2016 Rio Olympics,  
Intex aims to sell 1 lakh Firefox smartphones by September end

Intex aims to sell 1 lakh Firefox smartphones by September end

04 Sep 2014

New Delhi: Domestic handset maker Intex said it has sold 15,000 units of its Firefox-powered smartphone in the country within three days of launch.

Spice,   Firefox OS phone,   Affordable smartphones,   Intex,   Firefox OS,   Spice Fire One Mi FX1,   Intex Cloud FX,   Firefox OS,   Cloud FX price,   Cloud FX launch,   Intex Cloud FX launch,  
New cocktail range inspired by <strong>Spice</strong> <strong>Girls</strong> band!

New cocktail range inspired by Spice Girls band!

07 Feb 2013

A new cocktail range inspired by former band Spice Girls was launched here in the presence of the bandmates - Emma Bunton, Melanie Brown, Geri Halliwell and Melanie Chisholm.

Spice Girls band,   cocktail range,   Emma Bunton,  
Abolition of child marriage will take 50 years more: UNICEF

Abolition of child marriage will take 50 years more: UNICEF

26 Aug 2014

Kolkata: India has witnessed a decline in child marriage in the last two decades, but going by the slow pace it will require another 50 years to abolish the practice from the country, according to UNICEF.

Child marriage,   UNICEF,   child marriage abolition,   child brides,   girls,   India,  
PIL to prohibit <strong>girls</strong> below 18 from acting in films dismissed

PIL to prohibit girls below 18 from acting in films dismissed

23 Aug 2014

Chennai: The Madras High Court dismissed a PIL seeking to prohibit girls below 18 years of age to act as heroine and other adult characters in movies after the petitioner herself withdrew it.

Makkal Katchi,   PIL,   Madras High Court,   Sanjay Kishan Kaul,   ,  
Victoria Beckham feels lucky to be fashion designer

Victoria Beckham feels lucky to be fashion designer

07 Jun 2013

Singer-turned-fashion designer Victoria Beckham feels fashion is where she belongs. "I love fashion. I really feel like it's where I belong. There's a lot I'd like to do. I'd like to expand my empire. I'm very lucky to have a job that I love,” the 39-year-old former Spice Girl said.

Victoria Beckham,   fashion designer,   fashion,   spice girls,   Victoria,  
Two minor sisters go missing; police suspect kidnapping

Two minor sisters go missing; police suspect kidnapping

28 Jul 2014

Thane: Two minor sisters have allegedly been kidnapped from Nallasopara area of Thane district, police said on Monday. The two girls, aged 14 and 10 years, had gone to their school on Saturday, but did not return home, Nallasopara police station's senior inspector Ravindra B Badgujar said.

Kidnapping,   minor girls,   police,   assault,   crime,  
Victoria Beckham vows not to sing live again

Victoria Beckham vows not to sing live again

28 May 2013

Singer-fashion designer Victoria Beckham has further distanced herself from a future Spice Girls get together after insisting she never wants to sing in public again.

Victoria Beckham,   Spice girls,   Contactmusic,   David Beckham,   Beckham world tour,  
Transport initiatives to ease congestion at Nanjing Youth <strong>Olympics</strong>

Transport initiatives to ease congestion at Nanjing Youth Olympics

14 Aug 2014

Nanjing (China): With the second Youth Olympic Games (YOG) set to open on Saturday, traffic concerns are among the top priorities and a number of measures have been put in place, said Mao Hanqi, the transport and security spokesperson for the Nanjing traffic management bureau.

China. China transport,   Nanjing Youth Olympics,   China Olympics,   Nanjing traffic management bureau,   Traffic control measures,  

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